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Annie's Paramount Steak and Seafood House
Based on 172 traveler reviews
Great place for Steaks and Seafood!
Jan 19, 2015 by: William M from Centreville, Maryland
I can't say enough about this place, the food is amazing and the selections are endless. They have a large dining room with enclosed deck over looking the Narrows. You can come in with any size group for a fine dining experience. If you're into a more casual experience, I've had the pleasure of grabbing some drinks and great food in, what I would describe as their Sports bar area. No worries about noise it is completely separate from the dinning rooms. The owners are always onsite and really make sure you are satisfied. If you haven't tried them out, do yourself a favor and bring your appetite. Portions are generous. Great place, great food, good times!
Upscale dining with a large ding room and large bar area.
Jan 16, 2015 by: moosaki from MARTINSBURG
Annie's is upscale with aged beef cuts, seafood, pastas and standard fares. The broiled shellfish specialties are superb, meat cuts and preparations were delicious, very affordable specials and a large selection of libations. It was nice and tasty enough that we ate there twice in one week. It is centrally located on the North Side of Exit 42 of Hwy 50. The large establishment is located in the midst of two marinas. Therefore it is accessible by land and sea. The view is nice of the Bay that surrounds it. Originally Annie's was moved out from Georgetown.
Dated decor but excellent food
Jan 13, 2015 by: James K from Stevensville, Maryland
Two couples went for a relaxing Sunday afternoon dinner. The service was good overall with the exception of having to ask for bread we go for the cream of crab soup which is consistently fabulous and a perennial winner at the seafood festival. One person broke the mold and ordered the lobster tail tempura. WOW it was terrific great light tempura batter and succulent lobster cooked perfectly. Four different entrées a steak done perfectly a tender and delicious prime rib a seafood pasta dish that was good but a tad low on temperature and king crab legs that were numerous and well done. The restaurant has been around a very long time and now has more serious competition in the area but for crab soup and steak a terrific choice. The restaurant does show its age but overall a great meal.
To Much Salt
Dec 30, 2014 by: Denver7889 from Queenstown, Maryland
This my 6th trip here and the quality of the food has diminished over the last few trips. I love the Christmas atmosphere and the wonderful service. The raw oysters were outstanding, but this is where the compliments have to stop. The cream of crab soup was so salty that it could not be eaten. The oysters Rougeut also were very salty. The crab cake was also very salty and not made with lump crabmeat. All in all a very poor performance by the chef.
For a steak house, they can't cook steak properly
Dec 30, 2014 by: kewmom from Fallston, Maryland
A group of us that live on the western shore of Maryland went there for our annual Christmas lunch. It was definitely not worth the long drive. Annie's has a huge menu and that may be the problem of serving mediocre food instead of having a lesser menu and excelling at those items. Most of us ordered their award winning cream of crab soup, which was very good. However, you could only order a bowl, which was huge and very filling. The majority of us ordered a crab cake, which was rather on the small side for the price that we paid. The crab cake was good, but I have had a lot better. Two in our group ordered the grilled rib eye steak sandwich. The two in the group that ordered the steak sandwich didn't realize that they were not asked how they wanted the steak cooked until after it arrived looking extremely well done. Both steak sandwiches were barely touched as they were very dry. When the server was told that the steaks were overcooked, she said that they cook all of them to the same temperature. Now since the restaurant is called a steak house, we could not understand why they would do that and not ask how the customer wants their steak cooked. Overall, I was not impressed by Annie's. The Christmas decorations were wonderful, but I would prefer good food over the scenery. Additionally, we felt that it was very expensive. I ordered the (bowl) of cream of crab soup, the (rather small) crab cake and an iced tea and with tax and tip, my portion of the check was $37.00. Also, one person in our group paid the check by credit card. We waited probably close to 15 minutes or more before the person had to ask the server for her credit card back. Our lunch was very disappointing especially since half of us drove one and a half hours to get to the restaurant.
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